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NetGear Wireless Routers

If you have decided to cut ties with your Ethernet cables, you might consider using NetGear Wi-Fi routers. Innovative networking technology combines with efficiency and reliability to bring the wireless experience to your home or office. Since these devices are offered in a variety of wireless speeds from 100 Mbps to 1,000 Mbps, NetGear has networking solutions to fit many needs.

How does a NetGear router work?

NetGear routers enable communication within a network. These routers also allow a modem to provide internet access to multiple users within a network. They can enable a single connection to be split among multiple devices for simultaneous internet use.

Routers can be used for a variety of tasks, but they're most commonly used to connect multiple devices to a single modem in a home or office. On a larger scale, routers can be used to route traffic through multiple separate networks over an internal network.

Through the use of the router's software, owners are able to configure a multitude of security and access options to protect their network and its users. NetGear routers feature their own hardware firewalls, providing additional security for the network to which they are assigned.

Wireless routers also allow users to connect wirelessly over the network, removing the need for a direct cable connection between the device and the router. Wi-Fi range will vary depending on the wireless standard used on both the router and the device itself.

Wi-Fi routers can also be set up as Wi-Fi access points to extend the wireless range of an existing wireless network. When used for a wireless access point, routers no longer perform any network routing functions. They simply repeat the existing network signal over a greater distance.

What kind of wireless standards does NetGear offer?

NetGear's standards include:

  • Wireless-G: Commonly used as a baseline for Wi-Fi communications, Wireless-G routers operate using the 802.11g standard. In most cases, this gives the capability to broadcast at speeds up to 54 Mbps. Wireless-G products are generally suitable for home use with little traffic, or only one or two users on the network at a time.
  • Wireless-N: Designed for more demanding networking environments, Wireless-N devices use the 801.11n standard. While the actual speed will vary from product to product, users can expect to see transfer rates of 108 Mbps, and download speeds can potentially be much higher under the right conditions. Wireless-N products also have a good signal range and can sometimes be found in dual-band configurations that use both 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz radio frequencies.
  • Wireless-AC: Sometimes referred to as “gigabit Wi-Fi,” Wireless-AC boasts large range and transfer rates. With select wireless routers reaching speeds up to, and sometimes above, 1 Gbps, Wireless-AC is suitable for both home and office use. Since they're capable of handling multiple HD-quality streams, large downloads, and gaming, Wireless-AG products can be effectively used in busy environments where high bandwidth is needed.